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1. We are friends (with you), but he is not our friend.

Stylistically neutral 1st pl. person; various honorific forms must be excluded. Dual forms, if different, should not be taken into account (for simplicity reasons, since special dual stems for non-singular pronouns are not very widespread). If the languages in question make a systematic differentiation between exclusive and inclusive forms, both should be taken into account as synonyms. Direct and indirect stems. (Kassian et al. 2010)

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ID Language Source Form Phonological Form Notes Cognate Class
114 Proto-Indo-European *wéy A View
80 Hittite wēs A View
133 Luvian ānza B View
81 Tocharian A was A View
82 Tocharian B wes A View
88 Albanian ne From general PIE *nōs > PAlb ... A View
143 Standard Albanian ne A View
2 Albanian Sicily na From general PIE *nōs > PAlb ... A View
4 Albanian Corinth na From general PIE *nōs > PAlb ... A View
3 Albanian Gheg ne From general PIE *nōs > PAlb ... A View
6 Albanian Tosk ne From general PIE *nōs > PAlb ... A View
110 Ancient Greek ἡμεῖς hɛːmȇːs G.pl. ἡμῶν. A View
152 Tsakonian εμει, ενει Northern and southern variants respectively. A View
32 Greek εμείς e̞ˈmis A View
31 Greek Lesbos EMEIS A View
129 Classical Armenian մեզ mez us (ACC/DAT) (A) View
129 Classical Armenian մեք mekʰ A View
8 Armenian Eastern menk' mɛnkʰ A View
7 Armenian Western MENK A View
128 Avestan ahma A View
128 Avestan vaēm A View
131 Old Persian vayam A View
136 Sogdian m’x Sogdian A View
75 Wakhi SUK View
9 Baluchi MA A View
118 Kurdish em A View
118 Kurdish me A View
137 Zazaki mā View
72 Tajik mo mɔ: Removed MOEN. A View
54 Persian ma mɒː A View
77 Waziri MIZH A View
1 Pashto MUZ A View
138 Shughni māš View
139 Sarikoli maš View
52 Ossetic max, maxtae maχ, maχtæ A View
124 Ossetic Iron maχ maχ A View
125 Ossetic Digor maχ maχ A View
141 Kata-viri imũ A View
154 Vasi-vari asẽ A View
153 Askunu ima A View
105 Vedic Sanskrit vayám A View
162 Pāḷī amhe A View
41 Khaskura HAMIHARU A View
51 Nepali HAMI A View
106 Assamese āmi A View
102 Oriya ame ame nominative, amɔ (oblique) A View
10 Bengali AMRA A View
111 Bihari həmsəb həmsəb (two), note: obv. no inclusive ... A View
144 Magahi हमनी सब həmni səb 1pl exclusive. View
144 Magahi हमनी həmni 1pl inclusive. View
104 Marwari mhe mhe direct, mha (obl.) A View
35 Hindi hem ɦəm A View
119 Urdu ہم həm A View
103 Sindhi əsĩ əsĩ AF asĩ A View
43 Lahnda ESSA A View
53 Punjabi esi əsī̃ A View
33 Gujarati EHME A View
50 Marathi āmhī, āpan am'ʰi:, 'apəɳ Excl, incl. A View
40 Kashmiri ASI A View
65 Sinhalese API A View
34 Romani Greece AMEN A View
100 Old Church Slavonic мы Plural. A View
95 Serbo-Croatian mi mîː A View
15 Bulgarian ние ˈni.ɘ C View
92 Macedonian ние ˈni.ɛ C View
60 Russian мы A View
55 Polish my mɘ̟ A View
16 Belarusian мы A View
73 Ukrainian ми A View
66 Slovak my mi A View
18 Czech my A View
48 Sorbian Upper my mɘ̟ A View
47 Sorbian Lower my mɘ̟ A View
97 Slovenian mi mîː A View
108 Old Prussian mes A View
44 Latvian mẽs A View
46 Lithuanian mes mæ:s A View
109 Old Norse vér veːr pl. du. (dual?), AF vit A View
36 Icelandic við vɪ(ː)ð Replaced VIO. A View
23 Faroese vit viːt, vɪʰtː Standard, hasty. A View
58 Norwegian Riksmal vi ʋiː A View
159 Stavangersk me meː, me, mə A View
157 Old Swedish vir viːr A View
69 Swedish vi viː A View
71 Swedish Vilhelmina VI A View
70 Swedish Uppland VI A View
145 Elfdalian wįd wɪ̃ːð A View
20 Danish vi viˀ A View
158 Danish Fjolde vi vi A View
160 Old Gutnish vir A View
161 Gutnish Lau vöir, vörr vœɪr, vœrː A View
99 Old English wē A View
22 English we wi: A View
26 Frisian wy vɛɪ A View
21 Dutch wij wɛi A View
24 Flemish WY A View
83 Afrikaans ONS A View
87 Sranan WI A View
126 Old High German unsih A View
126 Old High German wir A View
27 German wir vi:ɐ̯ A View
86 Pennsylvania Dutch MIER A View
120 Luxembourgish mir A View
121 German Switzerland mir (mer) A View
107 Gothic weis A View
112 Latin nōs noːs Gen. nostrī/nostrūm A View
17 Catalan nosaltres nuz’altrəs A View
56 Portuguese nós ˈnɔʃ A View
68 Spanish nosotros no'sotɾos A View
61 Sardinian Cagliari NOSUS A View
62 Sardinian Logudoro NOS A View
63 Sardinian Nuoro NOIS A View
85 French Creole Dominica NU A View
76 Walloon NOS A View
25 French nous nu A View
57 Provencal NOUS, NAUTRE A View
42 Ladin NUS A View
146 Dolomite Ladino nos Online dictionary gives noi. A View
123 Romansh nus A View
122 Friulian nô, noaltris A View
39 Italian NOI A View
59 Romanian noi noj A View
74 Vlach NOI A View
140 Gaulish sni A View
127 Old Irish -n- n (A) View
127 Old Irish sní sʹnʹi: A View
101 Middle Cornish ni ni: A View
148 Old Breton ni A View
172 Middle Breton ny, ni ni View
12 Breton ni A View
150 Old Welsh ni A View
79 Welsh ni ni A View
38 Irish muid mˠɪdʲ Connacht, Ulster. View
38 Irish sinn ʃɪnʲ (A) View
115 Scottish Gaelic sinn A View
147 Manx shin A View
5 [Legacy] Albanian T ne ne From general PIE *nōs > PAlb ... A View
29 [Legacy] Greek K HEMEIS A View
28 [Legacy] Greek D EMEIS A View
30 [Legacy] Greek Md EMEIS, MEIS, MAS A View
64 [Legacy] Serbocroatian MI A View
113 [Legacy] Serbian mi mîː A View
89 [Legacy] Bulgarian P NIE A View
49 [Legacy] Macedonian nie niɛ Removed MIE. A View
94 [Legacy] Russian P MY A View
93 [Legacy] Polish P MY A View
90 [Legacy] Byelorussian P MY A View
98 [Legacy] Ukrainian P MY A View
19 [Legacy] Czech E MI A View
96 [Legacy] Slovak P MY A View
91 [Legacy] Czech P MY A View
67 [Legacy] Slovenian MI A View
45 [Legacy] Lithuanian O MES A View
11 [Legacy] Brazilian nós ˈnɔs A View
142 [Legacy] German Munich wir < Pr. Germ. *wīz 'we'. A View
84 [Legacy] French Creole C NU A View
14 [Legacy] Breton St ni ni: A View
13 [Legacy] Breton Se NI A View
78 [Legacy] Welsh C NI A View
37 [Legacy] Irish A SINN A View